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Hello everyone! After much searching around on the internet, trying to find all possible information about bunnies, I have stumbled across this amazing site!
I have two bunnies, Dobby and Winky. Dobby came to us about six months ago as a stray. We tried very hard to find his owners, but I guess they didn't want him. He hypnotised us with his rabbit charms, and we just had to keep him. A few weeks ago we adopted him a friend from a rabbit rescue, and named her Winky. Here are a couple of photos:
Dobby chilling on the human bed after a hard day eating hay and running around like a mad rabbit
Winky is still getting used to her new home, and often misses the litter tray!